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    Question addition of independent random variables and graphing

    Let X, Y, Z be independent random variables all of then uniform on (0.1). Define W = X + Y + Z. Find the expression for the density of W and draw its graph.
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    Hello,

    Have you studied Jacobian transformations ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moo View Post
    Hello,

    Have you studied Jacobian transformations ?

    sorry, no i havent
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